Hypercorrelation: a concept for system characterization

Krishnan Kutty, K. K. ; Sadanandan, P. ; Seshagiri, N. (1969) Hypercorrelation: a concept for system characterization IEEE Transactions on Systems Science and Cybernetics, 5 (2). pp. 161-166. ISSN 0536-1567

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The concept of "hypercorrelation" is introduced as a method for the statistical characterization of systems. It is shown that there exists a minimal set of hypercorrelation coefficients which uniquely characterizes a system for a given transfer function. The method of hypercorrelation is applied to management models and it is shown that certain useful economic conclusions can be drawn from the analysis. Also, a brief mention is made of its application to the characterization of simple multiport systems.

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